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#Education

# education - Monday 24 April, 2017

From Business ETC Ryanair is putting €1.5m into Trinity College's new 'professor of entrepreneurship' Education

Ryanair is putting €1.5m into Trinity College's new 'professor of entrepreneurship'

The donation comes as Ireland’s top business schools are planning major expansions.

# education - Tuesday 18 April, 2017

Schools will have to use iron-on crests and let parents rent books

New plans will ensure that certain school equipment cannot be monopolised by retailers.

# education - Monday 17 April, 2017

Gap between teachers' pay is affecting staff morale - union survey

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland carried out a survey that indicates teachers’ morale at work is low because of the public pay dispute.

Government initiative to encourage more Travellers to become teachers

The initiative is aimed at encouraging disadvantaged groups into the teaching profession.

# education - Thursday 6 April, 2017

From Business ETC We're partnering with UCD to give one entrepreneur a scholarship worth up to €14,500 Education

We're partnering with UCD to give one entrepreneur a scholarship worth up to €14,500

The Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School course is tailor-made for entrepreneurs.

Opinion: 'I’m one of the 40 million Americans paying off the $1.3 trillion student debt'

The Irish government shouldn’t copy America’s corporate financing and student loan model, writes Elizabeth Tandy Shermer.

Why do we have a census? Here's what the statistics are used for

Some of the summary results from last year’s census will be published today.

# education - Wednesday 5 April, 2017

'Nobody’s ashamed to say they broke their leg, but there’s still a shame linked to mental illness'

Pieta House’s Resilience Academy aims to help young people deal with mental health issues.

# education - Tuesday 4 April, 2017

A global real estate giant is backing a new exclusive south Dublin private school

Former Riverdeep CEO Barry O’Callaghan is leading plans to develop the facility in Leopardstown.

From Business ETC A global real estate giant is backing an exclusive new south Dublin private school Education

A global real estate giant is backing an exclusive new south Dublin private school

Former Riverdeep CEO Barry O’Callaghan is leading plans to develop the facility in Leopardstown.

# education - Thursday 30 March, 2017

'At the start, I couldn't work out why people didn't want to buy something I thought was amazing'

This Portuguese pre-school teacher moved to Ireland and set up her own company.

# education - Tuesday 28 March, 2017

From Business ETC 'At the start, I couldn't work out why people didn't want to buy something I thought was amazing' Insights

'At the start, I couldn't work out why people didn't want to buy something I thought was amazing'

This Portuguese pre-school teacher moved to Ireland and set up her own company.

# education - Friday 24 March, 2017

'An access programme shouldn't put up barriers': DIT u-turn on garda vetting for mature students

DIT’s garda vetting requirement for the mature student access programme was described as discriminatory.

FactCheck: Are Catholic schools more socially diverse than other schools?

FactCheck referees a dispute between representatives of the Iona Institute and Educate Together.

# education - Thursday 23 March, 2017

A Waterford firm that makes virtual reality videos for the classroom has raised a million euro

Suir Valley Ventures and Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Funds led the investment round.

From Business ETC A Waterford firm that makes virtual reality videos for the classroom has raised a million euro Education

A Waterford firm that makes virtual reality videos for the classroom has raised a million euro

Suir Valley Ventures and Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Funds led the investment round.

# education - Saturday 18 March, 2017

UCC is planning a €100m expansion to draw thousands of extra students

The historic former Cork Savings Bank will house the expanded business school.

From Business ETC A new international business school is expected to draw thousands of students to Cork Education

A new international business school is expected to draw thousands of students to Cork

UCC plans to spend around €100 million developing two buildings.

# education - Friday 17 March, 2017

Why foreign students pay thousands of euro to learn how to make beds in Shannon

Future hotel managers have been coming to this school in County Clare for over 60 years.

# education - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action

Unions say that support staff are not getting put on permanent contracts.

Why foreign students pay thousands of euro to learn how to make beds in Shannon

Future hotel managers have been coming to this school in County Clare for over 60 years.

From Business ETC Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action Education

Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action

Unions say that support staff are not getting put on permanent contracts.

# education - Sunday 12 March, 2017

From Business ETC Why foreign students pay thousands of euro to learn how to make beds in Shannon Hospitality

Why foreign students pay thousands of euro to learn how to make beds in Shannon

Future hotel managers have been coming to this school in County Clare for over 60 years.

# education - Sunday 5 March, 2017

'My daughter has special needs too': How should we educate gifted children in Ireland?

In Alberta, Canada, all gifted children are entitled to personalised learning plans, with the option of a specialised programme too.

# education - Friday 3 March, 2017

From Business ETC Luas strikes contributed to work days lost in industrial disputes doubling Work

Luas strikes contributed to work days lost in industrial disputes doubling

Workers in the transport sector accounted for one-fifth of all working time lost last year.

# education - Monday 27 February, 2017

Ryanair's chief trainer says Ireland should be the capital of the billion-euro student pilot industry

More than 500,000 new ‘skippers’ are expected to be needed over the next two decades.

# education - Saturday 25 February, 2017

From Business ETC Ryanair's chief trainer says Ireland should be the capital of the billion-euro student pilot industry Transport

Ryanair's chief trainer says Ireland should be the capital of the billion-euro student pilot industry

More than 500,000 new ‘skippers’ are expected to be needed over the next two decades.

# education - Thursday 23 February, 2017

From Business ETC We're partnering with UCD Smurfit School to give one reader an MBA scholarship Education

We're partnering with UCD Smurfit School to give one reader an MBA scholarship

You’ll get the chance to earn a qualification normally worth up to €34,500.

# education - Tuesday 21 February, 2017

A St Pat's lecturer brought her students to Tesco today to teach them about the strike

Workers at Tesco Drumcondra have been striking since Friday.

# education - Saturday 18 February, 2017

'Thanks to books, I feel free': The man with the most degrees in history

“Thanks to books, I feel free. After all, the words share the same root,” he says, referring to the Italian words libro (book) and libero (free).

# education - Friday 17 February, 2017

8 of the world's most successful people share how to get ahead at work

And what you can learn from their experiences.

# education - Friday 10 February, 2017

Trinity makes it back into world's top 150 universities after error kept it out of rankings

Trinity College Dublin came in at 131st in the world rankings.

# education - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

Ahead of landmark travel ban hearing, Trump's education pick squeezes in by the skin of her teeth

The US Homeland Security Department said this afternoon that the controversial travel ban won’t be extended to other countries.

# education - Sunday 5 February, 2017

45,000 children are set to sow, grow (and eat) their own fruit and veg this spring

Children were shown how to grow their own cress, runner beans and baby carrots at the launch of Sow & Grow.

# education - Thursday 2 February, 2017

More strike fears as secondary teachers reject "final offer" pay deal

Industrial action led to the closure of over 500 schools in November.

# education - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

'Stick with finance, computing, and languages' - students filling out their CAO forms told to keep it traditional

Students are advised to consider ‘traditional’ courses like finance and computing for their CAO applications.

From Business ETC These are the skills tomorrow's graduates will need to find jobs Work

These are the skills tomorrow's graduates will need to find jobs

Students are advised to consider ‘traditional’ courses like finance and computing for their CAO applications.

# education - Monday 30 January, 2017

From Business ETC UCD's Smurfit business school has jumped up the global rankings Education

UCD's Smurfit business school has jumped up the global rankings

The Blackrock-based college is now the 70th best in the world.

New schools plan 'will reflect more diversity in 21st century Ireland'

The government want to have 400 multi-denominational schools in place by 2030.

Irish teenage boys are 42% fitter than girls

The study measured aerobic fitness by testing students with a beep test – the results of which they then entered into a competition.

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